::Cottage Style Bathroom::

Room makeovers at our house are often a long winding road with lots of pit stops.  And my brain's GPS sometimes doesn't really know the ending destination.  



I'm ok with that.  I like my rooms to evolve.  And I don't know how to do photoshop, so putting a mood board together beforehand isn't an option.



When I received this glorious floral wallpaper from Milton and King Wallpapers, I was excited to create a fresh English cottage style half bath.



Their wallpaper is thick and sturdy.  The colors are vibrant. I recommend getting samples beforehand as the colors online usually look different in person.




You actually roll paste on the wall first, then hang the paper.  This was a new way to hang wallpaper for hubs and I, and working in a small room, cutting around doors, windows, light fixtures and corners was no joke.



If you are a novice at hanging wallpaper, I would recommend either using it as a focal wall where there are no big angles to cut around, or hire a professional.




I knew we were going to do a wall treatment below the roses.  We first considering board and batten but landed eventually on beadboard wallpaper. I had in my mind painting the beadboard a pale green, and went to great lengths to find a perfect match...even painted the wall with the green before we hung the beadboard paper.


Then I got stuck. Even though the green was a perfect match, it just didn't feel like me.


So I went with the same white as the trim in our home {Antique White by Glidden}, and I basically heard the proverbial angels singing. :)

In my last post, I talked about using warm wood tones to ground my cottage style rooms...and this wee half bath is a perfect example of that.

The antique mirror was my gramma's.



I picked up the antique shaving mirror as another grounding element. {See it in the reflection?} Also the peg rack and milking stool you can see in the pic at the top of this post.



The final touch was painting the reproduction cabinet with the green I had originally planned for the walls.  I was super happy to have a place to use that gorgy color in here!




Added some vintage goodies for good measure...


And that's a wrap for the half bath! I love sneaking a peek of the delish florals of my Milton and King Wallpaper from the kitchen....it's a fresh, happy cottage style space now! My pattern was called Govenor's Rose, and comes in 4 colorways.


Have you caught the wallpaper bug yet?  Do your projects take a twisty-turny path towards the end result?



Note: This post was sponsored by Milton and King Wallpapers. I was given product in exchange for an honest review.  All opinions are mine. Read my full disclosure HERE.